Tyrannosaurus Rex had teeth but there aren't many of them around anymore.
Alternatively , windows 2000 is hiding behind a big rock , wondering
if whatever got all the other dinosaurs is gone away yet.
On Mon, 21 Jun 1999, zeris wrote:
> "Windows 2000 looms on the horizon like a lazy animal peeking its head over the
> edge of its burrow while trying to decide whether or not to come out.
> No one is exactly sure about the kind of animal it will be when it does appear,
> but folks are fairly certain that it will have teeth."
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